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  • It's been a while

    Posted January 2, 2014 by Chris

    So I haven't written anything in a while, have been busy over Christmas and new year with family visiting. I have to say that I had very little interest in the Christmas spirit, I've been tired and a bit flat, in fact I gave to admit I bloody hate this time of year! Now my daughter is grown up the ...

  • mets in my ankle what a pain

    Posted December 29, 2013 by lesley1956

    My ankle is hurting constantly at the moment what do you think has it gone active again and if so what should I do. I have medical oncology this Thursday should I ask to be refered back to radiation oncology?

  • Burgurled

    Posted December 22, 2013 by lesley1956

    This afternoon we came home to a ransacked house. They had smashed through the bathroom window and pulled drawers out everywhere. Jewelry stolen, thnk goodness they did not find the hard core script painkillers apparently they could have made some good money on them. This is the second time this ye...

  • Don't get sucked into the hype!

    Posted December 19, 2013 by Mazzi1984 I saw a woman's magazine today with Angelina Jolie on the cover and noticed she had breasts so felt inclined to look into why as I had assumed she had removed them in full. I am very disappointed and even angry a...

  • Scientific Breakthroughs in cancer treatments

    Posted December 9, 2013 by Chris

    So tonight I sat and watched a documentary on SBS called Fighting Cancer. It follows 3 patients as they u ergo new treatment for cancer at Royal Marsden Hospital in London. 2 men with prostrate cancer and one woman with melanoma that gad spread to lung and liver. I found it really interesting, you ...

  • 3am how I hate you

    Posted December 5, 2013 by Chris

    So here I am again up early, I keep waking up at 3am and it's doing my head in as once awake I can't get back to sleep. I think I must be getting old, as a youngster 3 am was when I was getting in from a club and I wouldn't get out of bed til the afternoon. There have been a lot if signs that I'm ge...

  • Doctors n nurses

    Posted December 1, 2013 by Chris

    So I met my oncologist last week, I was surprised to be honest as she was young and pretty . I had it in my mind that she would be a lot older with grey hair and glasses, don't ask me why, who knows how my brain works. It got me thinking about doctors in general, I have a very I mmature sense of hum...

  • post op visit

    Posted November 28, 2013 by lesley1956

    To day was my post op visit, I am eight days after a double mastectomy with lymph removal on the right hand side. I thought looking at myself in the mirror with dressings on was a challenge I really wasn't prepared to see the new bruised scared me. I have joked my way through the last week saying I...

  • Paranoia

    Posted November 25, 2013 by Chris

    So back on the chemo wagon today after my week off last week. Finally got to meet my oncologist, she seems very nice, apart from her cold hands! My bloods were good, when she examined my boob she couldn't feel the hitchhiker, but that is probably due to being a bit bruised after the biopsy last week...

  • Second opinion re hormone therapy

    Posted November 23, 2013 by Shirl12

    Hello all, I'm thinking of getting a second opinion following my appointment with the medical oncologist re hormone therapy. I am 44 & was diagnosed with Stage 3, Grade 3 Breast cancer and have undergone a mastecomy & axillary clearance (14/21 nodes postitive) and 6 cycles of Chemo (FEC-D) and soon ...